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    AT&T claims nationwide 5G with 40 new markets

    https://www.fiercewireless.com/5g/at...40-new-markets

    AT&T today said its 5G network is now available nationwide, covering 205 million consumers with an expansion into 40 new markets.

    Alongside with the nationwide milestone, AT&T announced plans to expand 5G access to prepaid customers and offer 5G to postpaid users on its least expensive unlimited plan next month. AT&T prepaid users can get 5G with a capable device on the Unlimited Plus plan, which costs $75 per month or $50 with autopay. Cricket Wireless users, meanwhile, can activate 5G service on a Samsung Galaxy S20+ 5G starting August 21.





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    Quote Originally Posted by @TheRealDanny View Post
    https://www.fiercewireless.com/5g/at...40-new-markets

    AT&T today said its 5G network is now available nationwide, covering 205 million consumers with an expansion into 40 new markets.

    Alongside with the nationwide milestone, AT&T announced plans to expand 5G access to prepaid customers and offer 5G to postpaid users on its least expensive unlimited plan next month. AT&T prepaid users can get 5G with a capable device on the Unlimited Plus plan, which costs $75 per month or $50 with autopay. Cricket Wireless users, meanwhile, can activate 5G service on a Samsung Galaxy S20+ 5G starting August 21.





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    Not nationwide. Not even like T-Mobile’s. Plus, like any low band, it’s going to be slow and in some cases LTE might be better.


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